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Football: Hudson 27, Ridgewood 24 (OT)

NEW PORT RICHEY — After falling behind 18-0, Hudson picked up its first victory Friday, shocking Ridgewood in overtime 27-24.

Joey Caruso started the comeback with a 1-yard run.

Down 24-6 early in the fourth, the Cobras started an impressive comeback with interceptions returned for touchdowns by Justyn Johnson and Owen Derksen. Cobras running back Noah Siegrist finished with 186 yards on 24 carries.

Regulation ended with the score tied at 24.

In overtime the Rams (0-4, 0-1) got the ball first and were not able to score. Cobras kicker Nathan Binder's sure foot completed the comeback and silenced and shocked the Ridgewood fans.

Hudson (1-2, 1-0) completing one of the best comebacks in school history and kept Ridgewood winless.

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Football: Hudson 27, Ridgewood 24 (OT) 09/21/12 [Last modified: Friday, September 21, 2012 11:50pm]
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